NoConvoFye/Producer Drops New Beat “Habibi”

https://soundcloud.com/fye-jones-50820014/habibi NoConvoFye/Producer is a beat produces beats in the trap, drill type sub genre. He recently uploaded a brand new one that has a bounce trap feel, full of vibes.  The beat mixes a classical melody into a...

Holiday Drops His Signature Sound “Bag Lag”

https://soundcloud.com/itsdaholiday/bad-lag Rapper/artist Holiday dropped a track titled "BAD LAG," and the single gives us a high-intensity track leaving smoke of creativity.  Haling out of Orlando, Flordia Holiday has a distinctive voice,...

El Shadai Drops Single & Visuals Titled “Brothers”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxOI65ILubI El Shadai dropped a brand new single and visual back in September titled "Brothers" Directed by Bravo Captain. The visuals give us a look into the streets and contain appealing visual FX. The single "Brothers" has a great...

SoufSide Eli Drops New Single “Toxic” – That We Can Relate To.

https://soundcloud.com/soufsideeli/toxic SoufSide Eli has dropped a brand new track titled "Toxic," with record label - 2020 Gangsta Quality Records. The new single is a follow up to SoufSide Eli single Elevation. The new single "Toxic" has a trap Latin feel with...

HIMXNJ Drops 8 Calls, With A Soulful Review

https://soundcloud.com/himxnj/8-calls-prod-by-dillygotitbumpin-kxvi HIMXNJ is back with a brand new single titled "8 CALLS." The high vibed feeling track is a follow up to the New Jersey-based artist previously released - ten-song EP, "Got You Gassed" "8 CALLS"...

Baton Rouge, Louisiana artist/producer Sean Elliot presents the music video for “Big Boy”, his single featuring fellow Mississippi rapper and Big K.R.I.T. collaborator Big Sant. Produced by Joe On The Track, the track will appear on Sean’s forthcoming album Brown Liquor & 808s which will also feature Adam Dollar$, DQ Rodgers and Iraouree. Sean released his Preface EP (Spotify) in 2017 which spawned visuals for “Cool” (watch) and “Like Fresh” (watch). “I feel this record embodies the 808s, the basslines, and the sound in general that i was fortunate to grow up on in the 1990s,” Sean says. “Unapologetically Southern.”

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